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|Language of instruction||English|
|Native English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English)|
This school does not make their fees public.
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|Number of students||
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
Spanish, French, German
|Entry evaluation for students||
Interview and entry exam.
|Brief description of entry evaluation required||
The students that wish to enter at age 5 must have previous knowledge of English and they will have to do a personal interview and entry exam.
Children that wish to enter at age 7 or older must have previous knowledge of English and they will have to take a personal interview and entry exam.
|External examinations or assessments available||
The students at St. George´s study for the IGCSE and Advanced Level examinations, which are recognised throughout the world. The schools are authorised examination centres for these courses.
|School bus service available||
|Student access to education psychologist||
There is a school psychologist who helps and advises pupils and their families and carries out specific tests at key stages in the pupils´ development.
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
St. George’s has an extracurricular program designed to complement pupils’ studies and encourage them to participate in a wide range of activities both cultural and athletic.
|School provided lunches||
|Sports activities included||
|Sports facilities at the school||
Indoor gymnasium, outdoor tracks, playground
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
St. George Madrid is co-educational Primary and Secondary school for children from 3 to 18 years of age.
|Teaching approach of the school||
Pupils at St. George´s follow courses based on the National Curriculum and recognised British examinations, in conjunction with obligatory elements of the Spanish curriculum.
They study a wide range of subjects from the British curriculum and, in addition, Spanish language and humanities. In this way, they receive a broad and balanced bicultural education which prepares them effectively for further study in either system and for the demands of everyday life.
Teaching approaches are varied and flexible to suit the purpose or context. Pupils learn essentially through thinking for themselves, experimenting, exploring and investigating. They also learn how to work independently, and in teams.